It’s In Development time again, and this week I get to talk about the best way to invest five mana, and why your plan A needs a plan B.
Also, Baneslayer Angel.
…and Sunblast Angel.
Click here to read the article, and then find me on twitter to let me know what you think.
This evening sees the fifty-seventh (really!) In Development appear over at ChannelFireball.com, and the debut of my new metagame analysis column The Field Report at StarCityGames.com.
I’d like to thank LSV and Jon Saso for being cool with me writing for another site, and for Ted Knutson and Pete Hoefling for, well, the same thing for a new author. The content in the columns is quite different – everything you know and love about In Development will stay there, and The Field Report features a window into a whole aspect of my appreciation of the game that I haven’t really touched on before.
Click here to read this week’s In Development – All about tilt!
Chiba From a Thousand FeetClick here to read this week’s The Field Report – In which we take a high-level view of the Standard metagame.
…and then, as always, find me on twitter and let me know what you think.
Special thanks today to Riki Hayashi, who scooped me up from the Bay Area PTQ scene for ChannelFireball.com in the first place and introduced me to a wider audience.
It’s The Field Report time.
What’s that? You haven’t of The Field Report?
Debuting this week is my new column for StarCityGames.com, featuring my usual analytical approach applied, on a regular basis, to relevant Constructed metagames.
This week, the focus is on a high-level view of Standard in the month leading up to Worlds in Chiba.
Click here to read the first edition of The Field Report, titled Chiba From a Thousand Feet, and then find me on twitter and let me know what you’d like to see next.
It’s In Development time yet again, and this week we’re back in the psychology of the game, with a discussion of going on tilt, not going on tilt, and how being a physicist can make you better at poker.
Seriously. Check it out.
Click here to read the article, and then find me on twitter and let me know what you think.